To regrow the human heart had only been a dream, not a possibility before the derivation of human embryonic stem cells (hESC) from the inner cell mass (ICM) or epiblast of the human blastocyst.The hESC cardiac cell therapy derivatives are emerging as a new type of pharmacologic agent of cellular entity in cellbased regenerative medicine because they have direct pharmacologic utility and capacity for human myocardial tissue reconstitution and contractile function restoration that the conventional compound drug of molecular entity lacks.Transforming pluripotent hESCs into fate-restricted cardiac cell therapy derivatives dramatically increases the clinical efficacy of graft-dependent repair and safety of hESC-derived cellular products, bringing cell-based regenerative medicine to a turning point for heart disease and failure. (Xuejun H Parsons,Reviving Cell-Based Regenerative Medicine for Heart Reconstitution with Efficiency in Deriving Cardiac Elements from Pluripotent Human Embryonic Stem Cells)
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